Tivoli World - The entertainment and theme park
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You can eat in a whole variety of different themed venues, all of it fabulously artificial and cartoon-like. There's entertainment all around with eight different stages, along the many paths that wind up the mountain. Its not at all flat, with plenty of landscaped gardens, and it can keep you fit making your way around the whole park as it occupies a good flank of the enormous Calamoro mountain.
The rides are predominantly aimed at smaller children and the height restrictions are clear on all rides so that no-one goes on something that wasn't designed for their size. There are various formulas to enter the park on, with a basic entry only pass costing 7.95€. Then you can buy tokens (Tivolins) that enable you to take different rides, or buy the all-in ticket at 14,95€ (plus the entrance) and you have unlimited access to everything. It opens on March 24th in 2018 until the last weekend in October. Shows in the main theatre are priced separately, so consult the summer programme at the box office.
Tivoli opened in 1972, and hasn't changed too much in all that time. It has bags of old world charm and is refreshingly free from mega rides with their attendant endless queues. It is of a size and scale that is still human and you don't need to book a hotel for a week just to get your money's worth. One evening or afternoon is all you need to escape the modern world. Forget digital entertainment, this is decidedly wood, steel and coloured paint!
April, May, September, October, weekends only 1200 until 2000 hrs
June daily 1700 - 2400 hrs
July August daily 1800 - 0100 hrs.
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